Aneuch



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Historical Examples

Ze sall say aneuch, gif the mater or ground do lyke yow, and mony fair wordis to Lethingtoun.
Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587 Various

Ze sall say aneuch, gif the mater or ground do lyke yow; and mony fair wordis to Lethingtoun.
The Mystery of Mary Stuart Andrew Lang

It’s a shamefu business, and aneuch to mak ony man desperate.
Wilson’s Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 18 Alexander Leighton

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